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Wednesday, 16 October 2013

WRITING A LETTER OF APPLICATION

Write a letter of application to the post offered in the ad in your textbook on p.17. Follow the tips. You may find some of the links under TEXTBOOKS AND OTHER LEARNING MATERIALS on the right interesting/relevant for the text. Have a look! Post your letter as a comment below. DEADLINE: Sunday 20th October


32 comments:

Anonymous said...

To: summercamp@bt.com
From: Elisabet González Márquez
Subject: Application

Dear Mr Cunningham,

I am writing to apply for the post of camp monitors advertised on the company website.

I hold a degree in Environmental Science from the University of Huelva, and I also attended two important training courses. One of them qualifies me as a culture, social and camp monitor, and the other qualifies me as a teacher, consequently I know how to deal with all kinds of children, their different behaviors and how to motivate them. Besides, I have a high level of English. I am a final year student at the Language School of Huelva.

As you will see from my CV, I have some relevant experience because I have worked for two months as camp monitor last summer. I was in charge of environmental activities such as bird watching, hiking or workshops so as to raising awareness of environmental issues. The camp director would be happy to provide a reference. On the other hand, I am used to dealing with children and teenagers as I have been working as private tutor for nine years.

I would welcome the chance to be part of your company. I believe I would be suitable for the job advertised as, apart from my experience, I am a very friendly, sociable and extrovert person and get on well with children. Moreover, I am really good at working in a team due to my family background. We are four siblings and my parents work every day, therefore we have to work in a team in order to do household tasks.

I attach a full CV, and if you require any further information, I would be happy to provide it. I would also be grateful if you could send me some information regarding place of camp.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours sincerely,

Elisabet González Márquez

Anonymous said...

To: summercamp@bt.com
From: pluquebrincau@hotmail.com
Sbject: Application

Dear Mr. Richard Cunnigham,

I am writing in connection with the vacancy for the post of camp monitor advertised on the local paper.

I have just finished a degree in Physical Education at the University of Huelva, and I am doing a Master in Child Psychology. I have a high level of spoken English, as I lived in London for a year as part of the Erasmus programme during my last year degree. Apart from this, I have obtained a diploma in First Aids.

As you will see from my CV, I have some relevant experience working with children, because while I was living in London, I worked as a baby-sitter. I worked for two families looking after their children, aged between 2 -13. During this time I held my C1 certificate. In my free time, I usually work as a volunteer in the dining lounge of a school near home.

I am very keen about working this coming summer at your camp because it could be a fun and nice experience. I believe I would be suitable for the job advertised as, apart from my experience, I am a very cheerful and extrovert person. Friends describe me as being calm and patient and these are good qualities when working with children. Also, I am very imaginative, and I like so much doing hand-makings.

I’ve attached a full CV, and if you require any further information, I will be happy to provide it.
Looking forward to hearing from you.

Yours sincerely,

Paula Luque Brincau

Sara Carrero said...

To: summercamp@bt.com
From: Sara Carrero Romero
Subject: Application

Dear Mr. Cunningham,
I am writing to apply for the post of camp monitor at day and residential summer camps.
I have got a degree in Environmental Science and I have done many supplementary courses related to zoology, botany, nature protection and environmental education. On the other hand, I have got a high level of spoken, listened and written English as I have spent one year in England, where I worked as a Spanish teacher. Furthermore, I am studying at the Official Language School to get the First Certificate in English.
As far as my experience is concerned, I have been working with children aged between 9 and 17, for the last four years as a private teacher. In addition to this, I worked in a nature classroom during a year. We gave speech to the visitors about environmental subjects and we did outdoor activities with children. Consequently, I know how to deal with children, how motivate them and which their interests are.
I believe I would be suitable for the job advertised since I am a very patient and calm person and pedagogy is my vocation. I like working in a team where we can exchange knowledge and solve problems together. In addition, I am a responsible, organized and dynamic person. As a result, I would welcome the chance to be part from this experience.
I attach a full CV with a photograph, and I would be grateful if I could meet with you in order to explain any other key aspect that you consider important related to my candidacy.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Yours sincerely,
Sara Carrero Romero

Unknown said...

José Arias Irigoyen NA 1º B

17th October, 2013


From: Eva
To: Chris
Subject: News.


Hi Chris,

I´m so glad you´re already healthy. My family were also sick two weeks ago because they had diarrhoea, fever and stomachache. Even we had to go to the hospital because my younger daughter, Emily, produced convulsions. While we were waiting in the hospital Emily felt dizzy and the doctors came quickly and they had to administer her intravenous medication. We were afraid but, at least, Emily got well. However, we had to stay that night in the hospital.

About your brother, I´m sure he´ll learn a lot of technological things in that company. My friend, Albert, has worked there since 1990 and he said to me that it´s the best record company in the country.

On the other hand, I´ve been seeing different hotels situated near you´re going to work. I´ve found some cheap comfortable hotels but I would choose “Prince Hotel”, it´s my favourite hotel. If you have a free morning we´ll go to the centre and we´ll visit St. Jorge´s castle. I think you´ll like it because it´s the most famous sightseeing in the city.

I´m sure we´ll have a good time together.

I hope to see you soon.

Take care.

Eva.

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Rocío M. Gómez said...

Huelva, Spain.
18 October 2013
Mr Richard Cunningham
Personnel Department

Dear Mr Cunningham
I noted with interest your advertisement for a camp monitor in today’s edition of The Guardian and that is why I have enclosed a copy of my CV, from which you will see I speak English fluently as I am just about to get my English B2 Certificate this year as a student at the Official Language School in Huelva.
After graduating as a social worker from the University of Huelva, I have attended a course aimed at school support for children that included training in cardio pulmonar resuscitacion, first aid and Heimlich manoeuvre. I also satisfactorily completed a year swimming course.
I would like to be considered a a candidate because I feel identified with the description of the person you need. I’m healthy and physically very fit to carry out this type of position. I love working with children and I have a wide experienced on it since I work as a leisure activities instructor for an inmigrant group of children living in a marginal district of the city. One of my tasks was to take care of them when we all went to the Aquopolis, a Water Park not far from Huelva and have them enjoy the experience as well.
This post insterests me because I am completely available to work this summer.
If you consider that my experience and qualifications are suitable, I can arrange to attend an interview whenever convenient for you.
I look forward to hearing from you soon and be accepted.
Yours sincerely,
Rocío M. Gómez

maria said...
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Sara said...

Sara Cuaresma Romero

From: Eva
To: Chris
Subject: Hi

Hi Chris:
It´s a really pleasure to have news of you. Last Saturday I saw Tom and he said to me that you have been ill for some days, but I have been doing the cleaning in my parents´house and I didn´t have much time to have news. I expect you are better now and you can start your classes without any pain. By the way! Glad to hear so good news from your brother, he´s a very hard-working person, and he has deserved this job for years.

Well, I´m fine, thanks! I´ve started working in a school since last month, and I´m really enjoying with my classes and with my new pupils, althought, I don´t have many hours a week...So, my new and old jobs, my English classes and my relationship all they are really well. I don´t have any reason to complain about anything!

In May, I´m still here, so, you musn´t worry about any hotel. You can come to my house during your stay. I can be your personal tourist guide and show you whole city. It will be really great, won´t it? So call me before your arrival and take care on the road.

Please give my regards to your family.

Best wishes

Eva

maria said...

From: Eva
To: Chris
Subject: Fwd. News

Hi Chris!! What's up! It's great to hear from you again!! I hope you're fine and your flu is gone out!!

You know? now, I've had a bit problem with my ankle, the last Sunday, I was running with my partner when, suddenly, it twisted so I felt down. I had to go to the hospital and the specialist -a gorgeous man- took me some painkillers and had to bandage my leg till my knee!! how awful!! 'cause I can't walk by myself. He said me that I must stay at home and rest but I haven't had the pills ,you know, I'm not very good at having traditional pills!!! I hate the chemical painkillers.

Anyway, at about your travel, don't worry anything, I'm going to wait you at the airport in that time ok? If you want, you can stay in my home, I'd annoy that you don't do that way. We could go to the Local Museum, to the beach, and above all, to the different pubs at night!

Well, that's all for now, I'm looking for to hearing from you very soon! Write me!

Take care honey

P.S. Take my regards your family and say your brother that come with you!

Anonymous said...

Ms Cunningham,
I am writing to apply for the post of camp monitors.
I have just finished my degree in Nursing at the University of Huelva. I am off work at the moment because I am training to pass a competitive exam to become midwife. However, I have the opportunity to get fun with children. I have good level of spoken English as I have been studying English for years in a Language School. In spite of having good level, I would like to improve it.

I have some experience in dealing with children because I have been working this summer in a swimming pool as a lifeguard and doing some voluntaries jobs with young people. Besides, I worked caring for a five aged girl the last months.
On the other hand, I have been working as a nurse in a slum there in my town, and therefore I have qualifications of dealing with different kind of children.

I would welcome the chance to be part of this event owing to I love children. If I were chosen for this job, you would make me feel so happy because I could get more experience. I usually get on well with people because I am so cheerful person. I could be able to understand very well with the children because I am so funny person.
If you require any further information, I wouldn’t have any problem to provide it.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Yours sincerely,
Marta Estévez.

Chary said...

MªChary Díaz Henriquez
Summer 2, 3 St.
21***Huelva- Spain
Chary@*/*/*.com
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summercamp@bt.com
U.K.

Dear Mr. Cunnigham,
I am writing to apply for the camp monitor position advertised in the Times newspaper.
I am in my final year of Nursing and I have a P.E. Degree. And I have a lifeguard title.
I have a high level speaking English, Portuguese and Spanish. I am a user level computer skill.
I am very keen on children world because of my degree. And after reading your ad, I have noticed that the match between your needs and my qualifications is perfect, as you will see in my C.V.
Moreover I have some relevant experience dealing with children as I was working as voluntary in others summer camps. I worked as a coordinator of workshops. In addition I have dealt with parents attending their doubts; they describe me as being determined and resolute and patient and friendly. Reason important to this sort of job. I would welcome the chance to be part of this great event.
So I think my experience and knowledge will make me a very competitive candidate for this position.
I attach my C.V. and if you require any further information I can be reached anytime via e-mail or my telephones up written.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Yours sincerely,
MªCharyDH.

María Balbás said...

Mrs. Beatriz Pérez
Personal Departament
Mediafora S.L

Dear Mrs. Pérez
I am writing to apply for the post for Mediafora S.L. on Education Assistant, in the website on Monday 14th October 2013.
I have enclosed a copy of my CV, from which you will see I have a degree on Geography and History and a master degree of Environmental at the University of Sevilla. Also I have done additional training on e-learning, blended-learning, learning methodology and work risk prevention. Respected on Environmental also I have done additional training as grow city gardens and increasing sensitivity environmental. I am studying at the Official Language School to get the First Certificate in English.
During my working time as Education Assistant for five years I contracted teachers, selected student, checked educations programs an evaluated learning. Also I master GEFOC computer program.
So I have taught for vocational training of Monitor Environmental formation for 1054 hours for same business of Employment Regional Office.
I am a responsible, organized and hard working person. So I like working in a team and I am a good team member.
I would be a suitable for the job because I have a broad experience in managing formation and a good qualities for the job.
I have attached a full CV and if you require any further information, I will be happy to provide it. I available for an interview next week and look forward to hearing from you.
Yours sincerely
María Balbás

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raul tolosa said...

Dear Ms Cunningham,
I am writing to apply for the post of Security Guard advertised in the Daily News on 2th June.
As outlined in my curriculum vitae which I have attached (I have enclosed a photograph on it too) I hold a degree in Physical Education and I have recently completed a course in first aid at the UHU (University of Huelva). Besides, I have a very high level in written and spoken English.
In relation to my experience, I have been working as a camp monitor for two years, yet nowadays I am out of work. In this post my duties included preparing sportive activities for children, teaching swimming...
First of all, I would be really grateful to be part of your team due to the fact that I have very good references about the staff organization. Secondly, I´d like to work with young people and look after them. Moreover, I would be pleased to undergo a cooking training as I consider it a possibility to broaden my horizons. Finally, I consider myself to be cheerful, dynamic, easy-going and very well-tempered. For the above mentioned reasons, I consider that the job suits me perfectly.
I don´t mind working long hours, even though I´d prefer to work both months.
I thank you for considering my application and I am willing to attend an interview at any time.
Please contact me should you have any further queries.
I would appreciate a reply at your earliest convenience.
Yours sincerely,

Raúl Tolosa González

esther ramirez robles said...

WRITING AN INFORMAL LETTER
From: Esther
To: Chris
Subject: News
Hi Chris,
Sorry for not writing earlier because I was very busy this week. You know I’m working as a private teacher And I have been preparing the classes for this week. I hope you get better soon and have enjoyed your classes at university.
Here, everything is fine and there isn’t news at the moment. I glad to hear that your brother has a new job. My family is fine all of them, anything special over there.
I’m very happy of know you are combing here on May, but don’t worry about looking for a hotel because you can stay at my home those days. I know, you like the theatre so, I promise you that if there is a good play when you were here, I’ll invite you to watch it and I’m planning also show some villages here in Huelva that I know you’ll enjoy to do sightseeing.
Well, that’s all for now. Please give my regards to your family.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Best wishes,
Esther.



Eugenio said...

To: fernandezsoto@gmail.pt
From: Eugenio Jaldón
Subject: Application



Dear Mr. Fernández,


I am writing to reply to your advertisement in the newspaper ´Huelva Information´ for a field geologist.


I have a degree in Geology from the University of Huelva. Besides I have training and experience in prevention of occupational hazards and environmental quality. Furthermore, I have done several courses in Geological Test Drilling, mineralization and mining.


Regarding my experience, I have been a member of staff at a geotechnical company and geotechnical test drilling where I was responsible for testing drill campaigns. In Addition, I was promoted to area manager in my last company as I managed to carry out all the work on time, achieving significant benefits for the company. As regards myself, I speak several languages , including English, Portuguese and German. I have a great deal of experience of dealing with companies and clients and I have negotiation skills. Therefore I think I am the ideal candidate for the position in your company.


Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need more information. I am available for an interview at your convenience and would be happy to explain in further detail my qualifications. I would also like to thank you for taking the time to view my application.


Please find enclosed my curriculum vitae and references.


Yours sincerely.

Eugenio Jaldón

Inés Ávila said...

To: summercamp@bt.com
From: Inés Ávila López
Subject: Application.
Dear Mr Cunnigan,
I am writing to apply for the post of camp monitor because I have seen your advertisement on the local news.

I am an Infant Education teacher who finished her degree last year. I am not working yet but I wonder be working now. I am studying English in a B2 level. Consequently, I could speak and write English quite well. Furthermore, I went on an Erasmus scholarship two years ago and I improved my English.

I attach my CV in order you can see my experience and qualifications but I want you to know I have some relevant experience. For example, I have been a three-year-baby’s baby sitter for two years while I was studying my degree and I have worked as a monitor camp for three weeks last summer. In addition, last year I studied a first aid course.

I love children and I really like teaching and looking after them. I am a very sociable and friendly person. I have a lot of patient too, which is very important to work with children. I am a very cheerful person and I love make people smile. I would welcome this opportunity because I am really interested in it.

I attach my CV and my photo on this e-mail. If you require any further information, I would happy to provide it.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours sincerely,
Inés Ávila.

Ana Valladares said...

TO: summercampt.com
FROM: Ana I. Valladares
Subject: Application

I am writing to apply for the job as a camp monitors.

I am a nurse, and I have just finished my degree this summer at the University of Huelva. I have a high level of English as I am in the last year at the Official School Language. In addition, the last summer I spent three weeks in Bedford working as a baby sitter in order to improve my spoken English. I also have a a first aid corse, that I consider too important if we are working with children.

As you can see from my CV, apart of working as a baby sitter, I have worked as a private teacher for two years, with a guy called Saul, who is 13. Due to this experiences, I know how we have to dealt with children.

I think I could be a good camp monitor. I am cheerful and funny. I am also very patient and responsible. I would say that I am very extrovert and imaginative, that I think is very important to caught the children`s attention. I love dress up and tell fantasy histories.

I am confident my skills and previous work experience will enable me to perform the job well. I attach a full CV, and if you require any further information, I would be happy to provide it.

I look forward to hearing from you.
Yours sincerely,
Ana I. Valladares

sara corral said...

To: summer camp@bt.com
From: Sara corral
Subject: Application
Dear ms Richard Cunningham,

I am writing to apply for the post of camp monitor advertised on your website, as I have the qualifications you are looking for and the enthusiasm and interest in kids of this age group.

I am a final year student at the university of oxford and I am doing a degree in special education to become a teacher. I have a high level of spoken and written English, as I lived in England during my career.

As you will see from my CV, I have some relevant experience as a lifeguard for the summer, I lead swimming lesson for child from six to seventeen years old. Furthermore, I played instructive water game with children.

Apart from my experience, I am confident that I can provide a fun but safe environment for children of all ages and abilities, as for other personal qualities that might be helpful, I am a cheerful and energetic person. In addition, I get on well with people, and I think I would be able to cope if I had to deal with angry or difficult children in the group. That I believe I would be suitable for the job advertised.

I enclosed my CV resume together with a recent photograph of myself. And if you require any further information, I would be happy to provide it. I would also welcome the opportunity to discuss my application with you.

I look forward to hearing from you .

Yours sincerely,

Sara corral

Mª Teresa said...

A LETTER OF APPLICATION



Dear Mr. Cunningham,

I am writing to apply for the post of camp monitor advertised in The Guardian last Sunday.

As you can see from my CV, I have a degree in Physical Education from the University of Sevilla and a Certificate of First Aid from the Infanta Elena Hospital in Huelva. I also have a training course from the Cooking School of Cartaya, where I have been working for six months.

I would like to show you that I have some relevant experience dealing with children because of the fact that I have been helping at the Children School of my town the last three summers. During that period I was in charge of cooking and attending children at lunch time.

As I have spent long hours with small people I am used to treating wounds and putting bandages with a smile on my face. They usually ask for me when they need some help, saying they feel sure and comfortable about the care I take them. So, I would welcome the chance to be part of the camp this summer.

I attach a full CV, and if you require any further information I would be happy to provide it.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours sincerely,

M.Teresa Sotelo

Anonymous said...

From: Eva
To: Chris
Subject: News
Hi Chris!
It was great to hear from you. How are you? I hope your flu is gone.
How do you go the first day at university? Good luck for the new course.
I haven´t been doing anything exciting. I´m studying master´s degree at university. Also I´m working in a law form twice a week. I´m very busy because in the master´s degree I´ve to study so much because I´ve an exam every week.
My family is fine. They are looking forward to seeing you soon. How is your mother? I miss her cakes.
I think the best hotel for you is “Colombus Hotel”. It´s in the center of town and it´s is cheap. You´ll love because it´s very nice.
Of course! I´ll be happy to show you my town. Could we eat together one day? I´d love to take you to my favorite restaurant!
I hope to hear from you soon.
Best wishes
Chris

Estefania Vazquez Gonzalez 1ºNA

Jaime Cruz said...

From: Eva
To: Cris
Subject: Response to your news.

Hi Cris,
I´m extremely sorry that you have had this flu, I hope that you feel better and could do a normal life. I´m fine but two weeks ago I have got a flu too, I spent a bad time alone at home because my parents were on holidays.
Nowadays I´m working in a restaurant as waiter although I´m studying in the morning to became a policeman. I expect to have a good luck. My brother George is working in London, in a hotel as a recepcionist. He´s very excited because He´s improving a lot of english. Next month I will visit him for a week.
Unfortunately in that period (16th to 20th of May) I cannot host you, because I´ll be abroad with my friends. I recommend you a hostal called Avenue, this is in the city centre and It´s so cheap. If I were you I would have phoned yet because It´s very famous. I hope that you enjoy here un my town, you must see the cathedral and the waxworks, It´s very wonderful. Don´t forget your swimsuit because the weather in this date could be nice and you´ll go to the beach.

Best Regards,
Eva.
JAIME CRUZ CORDERO, ALUMNO DE 1º NA

Patricia Castilla said...
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Patricia Castilla said...

Hi Chris,

It was great to hear from you again. I was sick also last month; I had high temperatures so I know that you are feeling. I'm glad to read that you're bouncing back.

I have also a good and exciting new. I was selected to do the reportage of Thai wildlife photograph, so I´m writing you from Thailand. I love this country and I'm doing here, people, culture, landscapes ... ect. But I have not my family here with me, however, I come back in two months, just the month you´re getting to my city.

I'll tell you more about this trip when I see you in a few months while we´re having a coffee, because I know a café that I´m sure you´ll love it. In addition, I´m showing you the city. As for the hotel, you can stay at my house, it´ll be more comfortable and cheaper for you, my brother is also looking forward to see you and he wants you to stay at our house. Write me when you know the day and time of your flight, so my brother and I go to pick up you at the airport.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Best wishes,

Eva

Patricia Castilla. 1ºNA

Anonymous said...

To: summercamp@bt.com
From: Ariadna Pacheco García
Subject: Application

Dear Mr. Cunningham,

I am writing to apply for the camp monitor post advertised on the Children´s Summer Camp website. As requested, I am enclosing my curriculum vitae and photo.

I have just completed a degree in Primary Education. I have a high level of English (bilingual) because I have lived in Australia for eight years. In addition, I have the FA level 1 certificate in Coaching Football and the first aid certificate.

As you will see from my CV, have some considerable experience as camp monitor because I have worked for two months as whitewater guide and football coach last summer in Vielha. I was in charge of football and rafting sessions. Moreover, I have been teaching English classes in the morning for children from 7 to 10 years. Besides, I used to help in other areas of the camp such as the restaurant because of the experience as a volunteer in school meals for two years.

I believe I would be suitable for the job advertised as, apart from my experience, I am friendly, honest and highly-motivated with team work. I usually enjoy working outdoors with young people. Friends describe me as a creative person with great adaptability and ability to think on the spot in a highly unpredictable environment.

Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to speaking with you about this employment opportunity.

Sincerely,

Ariadna Pacheco García.

gabi said...

From: Eva
To: Chris
Subject : Answering your email

Dear Chris
Thank you very much for your email, it’s nice to hear from you. I was a bit worried because your mother said to me about your health. Now I’m quieter and I hope you’re entirely bet better.
Well, I have to tell you a lot of things. My brother’s already come back to Alaska where he’s been researching the polar bear’s life for three months. He says he would like to go there again and to spent more time among the bears... Sometime I think he’ll become one of them. Furthermore my little sister has just broken down with her boyfriend. She is sad and furious but I’ve said to her... “ I’d feel happy if I were you because he isn’t worth”. At least my parents are well, in fact they’d asked me about you just a second before your email reached.
On the other hand,I’m thrilled since I’ve long been waiting for you that you’re welcome to visit me. I can find out what hotel is the best option for you but as you know the centraler the hotel is, the more expensive and noisy it will be. For that I want to invite to my house. You can sleep in the guest room by the mine. Furthermore there’s a bus stop opposite the house where a bus will take you to the centre of the town. And if you don’t feel very tired, we could visit the more important monuments of the city and of course we’ll go out with friend at night. It’ll be hilarious !
Please, let me know your thought about my plan and drop me a line as soon as you can.
All the best
Eva

Ana Peñas said...

From: Eva
To: Chris
Subject: Answer

Hi Chris,
I’m so happy to hear you again and you feel better now, it’s very unpleasant to have temperature, isn’ t it?. Luckily I haven´t had yet flu this autumn and I expect continue like that.

I´m fine and absolutely happy since I came back to Scotland last week because I’ve started a new job as a Chemistry teacher in a Private Secondary School in Huelva, so far is very interesting and amusing , nevertheless all days I finish exhausted trying make my work properly as my pupils are very hard working people. Therefore my mother and my children are very pleased because I’ve been so much time unemployed.

Well, now I Know when you are going to come to Huelva, I’m really looking forward for your travel in my town, here there are comfortable and nice hotels, for example: Monte Conquero, Barceló or Costa de la Luz, although you mustn’t forget my house, I have one free room that you can use if you want, that please me so much, I have been thinking about what will do when you came to Huelva, sure will have good time.

I hope to hear you soon

All my regards

EVA

PS: Give your brother a big kiss from me

Juan Manuel Rengel Moyano said...

From: Eva
To: Chris
Subject: Re (News)

Hi Chris:
I´m very happy to hear from you. I have no idea that you were sick. If I had known, I would have phoned and asked for you. About university, I wish you started your classes full of energy.

I would like to congratulate your brother for his new job. It´ll be a great opportunity to meet a lot of celebrities and artists.
My family and I are fine. I am going to start a new electrical project and I think it was amazing for me. I am going to be busy for the next six months. The death line for the project will be at the beginning of July. For that reason, I won´t be able to hang out with you as I´d like. I wish you apologized me. Of course , If you want you will stay in my house. I have one free room for you.

Well, it´s all for now. I hope you let me know when you come. I´ll pick you up.
I´m looking forward to see you. Bye.

M Angeles Merino said...

From: Eva
To: Chris
Subject: Information.
Hi Chris,
Thanks for your email, I´ve been worried about you, but I know now why you didn´t write me. I hope you have been feeling better, because I recently have had this ill, although aren´t dangerous, it´s very annoying. I’m better although I have been suffered this ill yet.
I have some good news for you. I found a modest beautiful and comfortable hotel near my house, because as you know I´ve been living in the centre of town for one year. It is very cheap clear hotel with friendly and polite staffs. It hotel has all facilities. If you want, I´ll make you to reservation by an ensuite room . I´ll buy tickets by tourist bus too. We´ll see the most important places of the city.
Well, that´s all for now, I hope your answer about my information soon. My family send you regards.
Bye for now.

Dolores Carrasco said...

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From: Eva
To: Chris
Subject: More news

Hi Chris,

I’m glad to hear from you at least, but sorry to hear about your illness. I know how you feel, I also got flu a month ago. Flu is horrible, isn’t it? Anyway, I’m sure you get better soon.

Now, here everyone is fine, but I’m very busy among my studies at university, job, family… Well, you know. I’m glad to hear about your brother’s new job because I know he’s been looking for a good job for a long time so I suppose he’s absolutely happy, isn’t it?

About your news, it’s great! I’m looking forward to see you, It’s a long time since last time, and of course I’ll be able to show you around. This is an amazing town and I’m sure we’ll have a good time. But you know you can stay at home all time you want, my flat is well situated. It isn’t necessary you book in a hotel. Think about that, ok?

Give my regards to your family,
See you
Eva.

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